Popular Ibadan-based broadcaster and the owner of Agidigbo FM, Oriyomi Hamzat has made a significant decision to ban all songs from Nigerian artist Naira Marley on his radio station.
This decision comes in the wake of the tragic passing of singer Mohbad, which has raised concerns linking his death to Naira Marley.
Singer Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, also known as Mohbad, passed away at age 27.
Oriyomi Hamzat, who owns and manages Agidigbo FM, made the announcement in a public statement. He cited concerns over the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s death
Watch him speaks below:
Netizens reacts as veteran music producer and recording artist, Samuel Oguachuba better known as Samklef raised over N15 million for late singer, Mohbad’s son.
The music producer made the news known on his Twitter page as he appreciated all who contributed towards the upkeep of the singer’s son and for fighting for him.
Along with a screenshot, he stated that the total amount of money raised is N15,567,300.
“Here is the total money raised as at this morning for Mohbad’s son N15,567,300. God bless you all for all you do and for fighting for Imole, he was an Angel among us”, he tweeted.
See his post below:
The news was received with joy as many pleaded with the music producer to keep the money away from Mohbad’s father.
See reactions below:
One Shinji wrote, “Any money raised on this Mohbad issue should go to his son and not the money-hungry ‘dad’
One Black Boy wrote, “Make that man wey call himself papa no touch that money
One Fairy Gbemie wrote, “I love this. May God keep him and make him greater than his dad
One Hericfash wrote, “Make sure this money goes to the son ooo. Not that hungry grandfather
One The Evergreen wrote, “You are doing well
One The King Isreal wrote, “His father shouldn’t get a dime and thanks to we all who donated
One Nohpheesat wrote, “Any money raised in this Mohbad issue should go to his son and not the money-hungry grandpa. May God keep the little boy and make him greater than his dad”.